29 March 2010

Summer course for European Legal History

The 2010 Summer course for European Legal History of the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History in Frankfurt will take place 11-16 July. The director of the course will be prof.dr. Michele Luminati (Luzern). All Ph. D. students in legal history can apply. The application needs to be sent to before 15 May with a cv and a description of the doctoral research. The number of participants will be limited to about 20. The Ph. D. students present their work in a 20 minutes lecture in the morning (in either English, French, Italian, Spanish or German), whereas the afternoon is free for their own research in the (excellent) library of the Institute. For those participants who cannot get funding from their own institution, there is a possibility for asking a grant from the Institute covering travel and hotel costs.

For more information, contact Mrs. Nicole Pasakarnis

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